You probably should know by now that there are quite a few benefits to having a very healthy sex life, according to research, the act of lovemaking once or twice a week provides an incredible boost to health and well being.
There are quite a few benefits to having sex, here is a breakdown of the best reasons you need to have sex at least once or twice a week;
1.Boost brain power
Sex helps to boost brain power most especially in a woman, research has proven that women who are sexually active have increased brain power and improved memory.
2.Prevents heart attacks
Lots of research has shown that regular sex can help prevent heart attack, as most people would say “having sex is a good exercise for the heart and ever since sex became easy the rate at which people suffer heart attacks has reduced drastically”.
A study at queens university Belfast found that having sex at least twice a week reduces your chances of having a heart attack or stroke.
3.Gets rid of wrinkles
During sex, the hormone estrogen is released into the body which in turn have a plumping effect on the skin. This hormone helps to smooth out those fine lines. This is useful for women after menopause whos skin becomes dry and wrinkled as estrogen level reduce drastically.
Research has shown that women undergoing menopause who have sex every week have a high level of estrogen compared to their counterpart who abstain
4.Boost your fertility
Semen health was found to be at its best when sex had occurred within the last two days. This may sound like music to most men but the fact is the more you make love the better your chances of producing quality sperm.
If you are planning on making babies, keep a fresh sperm by having sex twice a week before your woman’s ovulation.
5.Helps your body to fight cold and flu
Having sex twice a week helps to raise the level of an antibody called immunoglobulin A in your body which helps to fight cold and flu.
Love-making at least twice a week appears to helps boost the immune system, according to research carried out by an immunologist Clifford Lowell, people with active sex life are exposed to more infectious agents and our immune system tries to fight this infectious agent by producing more antibodies thereby boosting the rate of antibodies in the body.
7.ease those nasty menstrual cramps
Most women say that menstrual cramps diminish if they have intercourse during a cramp attack the theory is this, the muscle contractions that occur when you climax relieves tension in the muscle of the uterus thereby easing the pain that comes with menstruation
9. Relieves pain
As a result of not being sexually active, one may come down with headaches so before you go for painkillers try love-making. Research has shown that sex triggers the relieve of endorphins which are the body’s natural painkillers.
10. Increases your attractiveness to others
Love-making makes the body release more pheromones, these are chemicals that are responsible for the enhancement of your appeal to the opposite sex.
This is why your desire to have more intercourse increases after having the first one with your partner.
11. It boosts your confidence
A party who has been involved in active love-making regularly are always very confident about their bodies.
12. Lower your blood pressure
A Scottish study has shown that men and women who have lots of intercourse cope well with less stress and lower blood pressure than those who do not. Also, a recent research at Brigham young university in the states has also linked frequent intercourse to lower blood pressure.
13. Cut your risk of prostate cancer
Research at Nottingham University has shown that men with an active sex life in their 50’s have less risk of developing prostate cancer.
The reason is that love-making clears the prostate toxins that trigger cancer.
14. Strengthen the bones
Regular sex helps in the protection against osteoporosis(bone thinning condition) which is triggered by lack of estrogen.
Men also can benefit as testosterone levels increases during love-making, this, therefore, provides some protection against osteoporosis.
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